THE trial of a former forklift truck driver accused of murdering five prostitutes is likely to take place in January.
THE funeral of Tania Nicol, one of five women killed in Suffolk before Christmas, took place yesterday.
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A MAN wrongly identified as a suspect in the Ipswich prostitute murders has been found dead at his home in Wales along with another man.
A MAN wrongly identified as a suspect in the Ipswich prostitute murders has been found dead at home.
Ipswich: The funeral of one of five murdered prostitutes was being held today.
THE bodies of the five prostitutes murdered in Suffolk before Christmas have finally been returned to their families, the coroner's office said yesterday.
THE police investigation into the murders of five prostitutes could cost taxpayers more than £19 million, according to figures released by the Government.
THE policeman who oversaw the inquiry into the Ipswich prostitute murders is to retire and work in the health service.
A MAN accused of murdering five prostitutes was remanded in custody until 1 May when he appeared in court yesterday.
CASH has poured into a charity fund in memory of Gemma Adams, one of the five prostitutes killed in Suffolk.
THE parents of one of the five women killed in Suffolk have launched a charity fund in her memory.
STEVE Wright, a 48-year-old forklift truck driver, was remanded in custody yesterday after appearing in court accused of murdering five prostitutes.
A 48-YEAR-OLD man was last night charged with the murders of five women whose bodies were found around Ipswich earlier this month.
POLICE questioning a 37-year-old man in connection with the murders of five Ipswich prostitutes were today granted an extra 24 hours to question him.
DETECTIVES investigating the murders of five women were last night given a further 36 hours to continue questioning Steve Wright, the second man arrested during the investigation of the killings.
A CORONER appealed today to anybody who has information about the murders of the five prostitutes in Ipswich to contact the police.
A SECOND man was being questioned last night over the murders of five prostitutes in Ipswich, in a move police sources described as "significant".
THE Scottish Executive is considering radical changes to its proposed new law on prostitution following concerns raised by MSPs.
POLICE today arrested a second man over the murders of five prostitutes in Ipswich.
THE main suspect so far in the hunt for the Suffolk serial killer is a former special constable.